Apple's move Sunday to remove five of six Infowars-related podcasts including "The Alex Jones Show" and "War Room" from its directories - first reported by Buzzfeed News - seemed to initiate a domino effect.
Only one Infowars programme - RealNews with David Knight - remained on the Apple platform after the cull.
Last week, Facebook suspended Jones, a far-right commentator, for 30 days because he violated the social network's policy against bullying and hate speech. "We believe in representing a wide range of views, so long as people are respectful to those with differing opinions". It's unclear how the latest bans have affected his reach.
Infowars editor-at-large Paul Joseph Watson said in a tweet here that the broad take-downs amounted to censorship and were meant to help Democrats in congressional elections due in November.
On its website, where Jones is still free to broadcast, Infowars claims the tech industry is out to censor conservative content from the web.
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Some applauded the companies including Sleeping Giants, a lobbying group attempting to get big tech companies to remove hateful content. Families of the victims, now suing Jones and his media company, contend his message has led to a constant stream of threats.
Among the conspiracy theories Jones has peddled were charges that the United States government was behind numerous terrorist attacks, including the September 11, 2001 strikes on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
The company said it does not "tolerate hate speech", adding that creators that violate its guidelines will be punished.
Infowars accounts are still active on Twitter because they now don't violate Twitter's policies, according to a person familiar with the company's thinking. "We are rapidly approaching a point where censorship of opposing voices is the norm".
Meanwhile, others have called on Twitter, on which Jones still has an account, to follow suit. "What makes the entire situation all the more horrific is that we have had to wage an nearly inconceivable battle with Facebook to provide us with the most basic of protections to remove the most offensive and incendiary content".